Des Moines Workplace Accidents


If you have been hurt in any kind of workplace accident, you may be overwhelmed with medical bills and worried about missing work. Hiring a Des Moines workers' compensation attorney right away to seek benefits is in your best interest. At King Law, PLLC, Attorney King can assist you if you are lost in the process and wondering what you can do. He can help you seek benefits for lost wages, loss of earning capacity, and medical care under Iowa workers' compensation law.

The firm offers representation for the following types of workplace accidents:

What Type of Benefits Am I Entitled to?

Under Iowa workers' compensation law, you are entitled to weekly benefits for time you have missed from work (TTD benefits) and for injuries that have resulted in a permanent loss of function (PPD benefits). The weekly benefits must be calculated in accordance with your wages.

The insurance companies and employers must also provide reasonable medical treatment for the work injury. This includes coverage for your medical bills and expenses, including future expenses if you suffered a chronic or catastrophic injury. With more than a decade of experience, attorney King will help you choose your best plan of action.

Workplace Accident Attorney in Des Moines

Workplace accidents can occur at any time, which is why employers are required to have insurance in place. When an injury occurs, employers are legally required to report the accident. Regardless of the circumstances of the situation, it is important that you have strong representation on your side. Even if the accident was your fault, you still have rights.

The firm works on a contingency fee basis so you don't have to worry about paying unless your case is successful. To set up a free review of your workplace accident case, call King Law, PLLC now at (515) 444-8035.

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